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  • Cello Virtual Group Delights!
  • Mary Brainerd
Cello Virtual Group Delights!
ONLY ONE SPOT LEFT FOR THIS WEDNESDAY CLASS!!
Cello Virtual Group Delights it's Students!!
ALWAYS WANTED TO LEARN TO PLAY THE CELLO? 
Start a RENT-TO-OWN AND GET FREE LESSONS! 
(we are offering a free private lesson, free group lesson and study hall with every new rental or instrument purchase over $100)

 

 

For weeks now, our wonderful cello teacher, Joe Engel, has been meeting every Wednesday 4-4:45 with numerous students virtually.  The group has been going well!  Members have said, 

         "Joe goes over things so clearly and we have a lot of fun in class"

         "My daughter can't wait to get online for class and then has been practicing up a storm after class"

SIGN UP HERE FOR FREE WEDNESDAY SESSION 4:00-4:45

This class is free for all to "try" a session, then we offer a BUY THREE GET ONE FREE offer, so for only $42 your get a full 4 week package!   Normal price is $14 per class in a 4 week package.

A bit about our educator Joe Engel

Joe Engel's experience as a cellist is varied and eclectic. He holds a Bachelors degree in Cello Performance, a Bachelors of Music Composition and Theory, and a Masters degree in Cello Performance. Joe has had the privilege to study with some of the worlds best performers and teachers, including Daniel Morganstern, Jurgen de Lemos (former long-time principal of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra), and more recently, Matthew Zalkind (cello) and Pak Made Lasmawan (Balinese gamelan). With 14+ years of classical cello experience, an extensive knowledge of pedagogical, solo, chamber, and orchestra reportoire spanning Baroque - the present, he crafts his teaching approach to each student individually, based on their specific needs, goals, and learning styles. His laid back teaching style coupled with clear educational direction lead to an enjoyable and focused learning environment.

Over the past five years, Joe has studied, in depth, the aesthetics and performance of various non-Western musics, including Tuvan throatsinging, South and North Indian classical music, and recently spent an extended stay in Indonesia studying Balinese classical music (gamelan). His experience with a variety of non-western musics and teaching philosophies lend to his well-rounded experience and teaching approach.

 

  • Mary Brainerd

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